They make great gear, especially slings and chest carriers. If you are looing for a a holster, Safariland makes some of the best holsters, especially their new tripple retention holsters.
I'd buy from someone who has better CS then those guys. Put me in a bind up at Valhalla for a few days, claimed to make good on it, failed, back peddled, blamed it on some poor kid when I had correspondence with a higher up. Jeff Shepard or whatever his last name is found out the hard way from me. I hope no one from Specter Gears is here, because if they are, I'd tell them to take a hike.DDriller said:Cold I wish you would really tell us how you feel about them :lol: :lol: :lol:
What is made in the U.S. anymore. everything is subbed out to other countries anymore. just bought a Cold Steel G.I. Tanto blade the other day and it says MADE IN CHINA on it. What the [email protected]#$.BLACK LION said:I would vote blackhawk.... but thier stuff is made in nam.... I would much rather have immigrants in the us sewing the shyt together...lol.... its funny/ but true for allot of "made in the usa" nylon retailers.... Black hawk shyt is still tuff as nails and I use a few of thier products....
they are still up & running & have some nice new gear http://www.originalsoegear.com/index.htmlTim_W said:Know now we all know exactly what to get him. Everyone send him a Specter Catalog !!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Actually some of the best gear I ever used was SOE gear but the old company. I can't remember what happened to them but they went from having all kinds of gear gear to having almost nothing. Same thing happened with Lightfighter as well. I know there was a bunch of stuff behind th sens but never dug into stuff like that and usually still don't unless it directly effects me. Anyone care to share a condensed version of what happened to these two?